Release Dil Bechara on Big Screen - The least we can do for Sushant Singh Rajput

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Emotions are on all time high after sad demise of Sushant Singh Rajput , an actor who was an all India rank holder in Engineering and a Physics olympiad winner. He hailed from Purnea and spent his childhood in Patna, Bihar before moving to Delhi for his studies and there he got inclined to theaters and dancing. Later he relocated to Mumbai to persue his dream and rest is history. 

On June 14th, 2020, certainly a black day for Bollywood, he was found dead (suicide on papers) in his Mumbai house. The star who taught world that "Suicide is not an option" in his last release "Chhichore" succumbed to the nexus of movie mafias and bollywood bullies who are happy to see small town dreams turning into actor but not into STAR.

Now when #SushantSinghRajput is no more, we are left with just one LAST chance to see him on silver screen with his last shot movie "Dil Bechara". Movie produced by Fox Star Studios and directed by Mukesh Chhabra is a coming-of-age romantic drama film based on John Green's 2012 novel The Fault in Our Stars about relationship of two terminally ill patients. Movie was slated to release on May 8th, 2020 but due to delays in post production and then COVID19 pandemic, rumours are rife that makers are releasing it on OTT (Disney's Hotstar) platform.

We, the fans of Sushant Singh Rajput who iconised MS Dhoni on big screen, demand and request the producer to not belittle Sushant's last efforts by releasing on OTT but wait for the Corona situation to melt down and then release this movie with a grandeur that Sushant deserves. Sushant was the representative of small town dreamers and releasing his last movie digitally will be another injustice served to him even after his death. Breaking box office records is a different thing but supporting #DilBecharaOnBigScreen will be an apt tribute to the star who gave life to aspirations of millions. 

Yes, we want #DilBechara to be released in theaters in a way no movie was ever released because giving a eulogy is not enough for this man who came, who fought, who conquered the war of success in Bollywood but fell prey to the wolves around.